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Pierson ’65 Joins Morvillo LLP

Stuart F. Pierson '65, a defense litigator, has joined Morvillo LLP, a boutique White Collar litigation law firm with offices in New York and Washington, D.C., according to a press release published on Digital Journal. Pierson serves as counsel in the Washington, D.C. office. "Pierson, who graduated from Hobart College and Duke University School of Law, began his legal career with the Justice De...  More >>

Bulman ’80 Joins Pierce Atwood

Attorney John Bulman '80 and his firm, Little Bulman Medeiros & Whitney PC, have recently joined the law firm of Pierce Atwood LLP. The combined firm creates a larger and deeper concentration in complex commercial and construction litigation practices. Bulman continues to practice in Providence, R.I. One of the leading firms in southeastern New England, Bulman's previous firm had been recogn...  More >>

Cooney ’04 Mayor’s Chief of Staff

Jeremy Cooney '04 has been named chief of staff to the City of Rochester's new Mayor Lovely Warren. He was most recently vice president of development for the YMCA of Greater Rochester. Cooney graduated with honors in public policy from Hobart. He was a member of the Druid Society, Chi Phi fraternity and was president of Hobart Student Government. After graduation, Cooney worked at Alumni House a...  More >>

“Big-case judge” Vichness ’65 Retires

Paul Vichness '65, a Superior Court judge in Essex County, N.J., is retiring from a 40-year legal career at the end of March. In his tenure, he has handled his fair share of what would be considered routine or standard legal cases, but has also presided over some of the county's more unique cases. An article in the Star-Ledger describes a death threat Vichness received during a 2004 murder trial ...  More >>

Annear and Tonkovich Join HWS

As the Colleges usher in another academic year, the Salisbury Center for Career Services and Professional Development welcomes two new members to their experienced staff. Stephanie Annear and Kathy Tonkovich join the center as assistant directors. "I'm excited to welcome Kathy and Stephanie," says Brandi Ferrara, director of the Salisbury Center for Career Services and Professional Development. "...  More >>

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